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... Australia so they knew we were coming to town.
We were due to arrive at 12pm so we left in plenty of time but the GPS didn't recognise their Street so we spent more time driving around their surrounding area than we did getting there!
Not to mention Paul had already knocked on "the wrong house" once and we had to ask several people for directions but apart from that we eventually got there. Very late but albeit, we found it.
Paul got out of the car and it ...
... made Prague and had successfully navigated to our apartment near Wenceslas Square. The glimpses we had had of the Old Town had made us excited to explore tomorrow. However, first a visit to the handy mart for tea, coffee and milk and then bed, with Grant and I up the stairs in the loft - bed was very welcome for us all. During the following two days we were continually open-mouthed at the beauty that is Prague. Our position just outside the ...
... bars- with surprising cool Jazz parties in full swing, into extremely elegant hotels with massive chandeliers. I smelled the French bakeries and the chocolate shops as I walked past quickly; resisting temptation, and then I ate at a marvelous Italian restaurant called Da Pietro. The pasta with salmon and asparagus was truly superb.
In the square is the 13th century Mariacki Church. Inside there is a famous 15th century wooden altarpiece carved ...
... of Krakow. Nine centuries (yes that's 900 years!!!) of mining in Wieliczka has produced a labyrinth containing almost 2,400 chambers connected by corridors measuring a total length of 245 km!! It was amazing! Our tourist route started 64 m deep, (lots of stairs...again 800 in total, 380 at the start!) and ended 135 m below the earth surface,(temp 14 deg) with a elevator back to the ...
... yet they were refused on the basis that it was a civilian train line not a military target. Who knows how many hundreds of thousands of lives could have potentially been saved.
After such an afternoon, we were all in need of a drink once we arrived in Krakow! We were staying quite a distance out of the city, so we had an included dinner at the hotel before having some drinks in the corridor while we all tried to use the terrible wifi! The next day we headed ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking